About IFC

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the student-run governing and programming body for fraternities within IFC. The purpose of the IFC shall be to:

  • Provide a sovereign governance structure for its member fraternities
  • Promote the interests of its member fraternities
  • Promote the interests of men's fraternities in general
  • Discuss questions of mutual interest and present to its member fraternities such recomendations as the IFC deems appropriate
  • Effectively program and implement activities that aid in the development of all member organizations
  • Promote the interests of The University of Texas at Dallas.
  • Promote mutual coperation between its Member Fraternities
  • Promote mutual cooperation between the IFC, fellow governing councils, and student organizations at The University of Texas at Dallas
  • Promote mutual cooperation between the IFC and The University of Texas at Dallas, it's students, faculty, staff, and local community

How To Join

Men interested in joining an IFC fraternity should meet as many fraternity members during both the fall and spring semesters to learn about the various activities sponsored by each chapter.

See all the recruitment events (pdf) the IFC chapters are having this fall semester.

The more people a student meets in fraternities, the more options are likely to be available to them. Keep in mind that friends made during freshman year and beyond at UT Dallas will be lifelong friends, regardless of fraternity affiliation.

Fall recruitment will take place in the beginning of the semester. Bid Day will be Saturday, Sept. 8 at noon.

Register by noon on Friday, Sept. 7.

Governing Documents


Grant Pollett

Grant Pollett

Wonga Kalengamrio

Wonga Kalengamrio
VP of Administration

Jack Boyd

Jack Boyd
VP of Judicial

David Aly

David Aly
VP of Community Relations

Sohan Date

Sohan Date
VP of Finance

Nelson Martinez

Nelson Martinez
VP of Recruitment

Ahmed Abu

Ahmed Abu
VP of Member Development


Crest Alpha Lambda Mu
Chapter Alpha Lambda Mu
Founded 2013
University of Texas at Dallas
UTD Chapter Founded February 12, 2013
Local Website  
National Website alphalambdamu.org

Crest Chi Phi
Chapter Chi Phi
Founded Dec. 24, 1824
New Jersey University (now Princeton)
UTD Chapter Founded Dec. 4, 1998
Colors Scarlet and Blue
Symbols Chackett
Philanthropy Boys and Girls Club of America
Local Website chiphiutd.com
National Website chiphi.org

Crest Delta Tau Delta
Chapter Delta Tau Delta
Founded 1858
Bethany College
UTD Chapter Founded Sept. 6, 2014
Colors Royal Purple, White and Gold
Philanthropy Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Local Website utdallas.deltsconnect.org
National Website delts.org

Crest Kappa Sigma
Chapter Kappa Sigma
Founded Dec. 10, 1869
University of Virginia
UTD Chapter Founded March 28, 1992
Colors Scarlet, Emerald Green and White
Symbols Star and Crescent
Philanthropy Military Heroes Campaign
Local Website  
National Website kappasigma.org

Crest Phi Delta Theta
Chapter Phi Delta Theta
Founded Dec. 26, 1848
Miami University
UTD Chapter Founded  
Colors Azure Argent
Philanthropy The ALS Association
Local Website  
National Website www.phideltatheta.org

Crest Phi Gamma Delta - FIJI
Chapter Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
Founded May 1, 1848
Jefferson College
UTD Chapter Founded March 24, 2012
Colors Royal Purple
Symbols Snowy White Owl
Philanthropy Red Cross
Local Website utdfiji.com
National Website phigam.org

Crest Pi Kappa Phi
Chapter Pi Kappa Phi
Founded Dec. 10, 1904
The College of Charleston
UTD Chapter Founded Nov. 10, 2012
Colors White, Gold and Royal Blue
Symbols The Star Shield
Philanthropy Push America
Local Website utdpikapps.com
National Website pikapp.org

Crest Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Chapter Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Founded Mar. 9, 1856
University of Alabama
UTD Chapter Founded Feb. 22, 2003
Colors Old Gold and Royal Purple
Symbols Lion
Philanthropy Children's Miracle Network
Local Website  
National Website sae.net

National Governing Body Regional Affiliation
North-American Interfraternity Conference
Southeastern Interfraternity Conference